It took him until late January, but former Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki finally landed after weeks of floating in free agency.
The signing isn't yet official, but he has reportedly agreed to a $3 million deal with the Atlanta Braves. That would be a 50 percent pay cut from what he got the last two seasons with the Twins, and presumably comes with less playing time as well.
The Braves currently have three catchers on their 40-man roster, which is a faily high number -- and to the number of outfielders they have listed. It's a rather odd roster in that regard.